What tense should be used for an action that has a significant present consequence, such as needing to go to the hospital after cutting a finger?
A. Past Simple
B. Present Perfect Continuous
C. Present Continuous
D. Present Perfect
Select your answer:
Relative Pronoun Come vs. GoFlesh out vs. Flush out Modals, Infinitives and GerundsIn/On/At + TimePresent Perfect vs Past Simple TenseVerb-ing and InfinitiveVerbs + Infinitives / GerundsCoordinate Conjunction
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What does this phrasal verb mean? “Look down on”
A. feel inferior
D. feel superior
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Paul: What about you?
Vanessa: Hmm, I’m in my room but I ____________ (not study).
A. are studying
B. not studying
C. ‘m not studying
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